Your Visit

Your visit

Where to find us: 24 Grēcinieku Street, LV-1050, Rīga

Where to park?

Museum hours

Weekdays11 am to 6 pm

Weekends11 am to 6 pm

Holidays11 am to 6 pm


Museum is open on public holidays in November 18 and November 19. Opening hours – from 11 am to 6 pm. Museum cafe is open till 11 pm in November 18.

                      

Advanced ticket sales for Exhibitions, lectures, talks and events available online or by phone:+371 200 33 450

Tickets

Individual7€

Group sales (from 10 persons)                       6€

Children over 5 years, pupils, students, seniors and disabled persons5 €

Children under under 5 years – free admission*

 

Guided tours (LAT, ENG, RUS)20€

Audio guide (LAT, ENG, RUS)3€


Payment accepted in the ticket booth




  • For groups of 5 or more people, we recommend you book tickets in advance online or by phone +371 20033450. 
  • Fashion Museum has a tracked stairclimber «Liftkar PTR160» which makes it possible for wheelchair users to visit the museum. We would ask you to book your visit at least one day in advance by phone +371 20033450.
  • On first Tuesday of every month discount for pupils, students, seniors, and persons with disabilities: ticket only 3 EUR. 
  • For groups of pupils or students (from 10 persons) visiting museum with a guided tour or «Lesson of History in the Fashion Museum» 1 ticket 3 EUR. For teachers accompanying the group – free entrance.
  • * For large groups (from 5 persons) of children under 5 years 1 ticket 3 EUR. For adults accompanying the group – free entrance.
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MUSEUM SHOP

Take a little piece of the Rīga FASHION MUSEUM back home with you! There are a variety of souvenirs in our museum shop which include but are not limited to, souvenirs made in Latvia, and books on fashion history written by Alexandre Vassiliev.


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MUSEUM CAFE

In a sense, the cozy cafe of the Rīga FASHION MUSEUM is dedicated to… dancing. While studying the building's history we discovered that from the beginning of the 20th century until the 1930s, House No. 24 Grēcinieku Street was home to dance courses.